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View Poll Results: Which post should win the Thread of the week 48, November, 2016 contest?
Re: Megane III Side lights not working 3 33.33%
3D printing "obsolete" parts 2 22.22%
Re: Shattered camshaft sprocket 1 11.11%
Re: 3D printing "obsolete" parts 1 11.11%
Re: Scenic II - Rear disc hub nut torque setting 1 11.11%
Remaining nominations cumulated 1 11.11%
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Thread Of The Week 48, November, 2016

WHICH POST SHOULD WIN THE THREAD OF THE WEEK CONTEST THIS WEEK?

Choose from the topics (posts/threads) listed throughout the forum(s), and vote for your favourite post now.

What is Topic Of The Week?
Topic Of The Week (TOTW) recognises threads or posts that have been created in the last week which provide an excellent answer to a question, or add to the community in some way. Any listed topic (thread) is eligible for the Topic of the Week selection.

What determines a Topic Of The Week?
Topic Of The Week is based on a simple nomination system. Throughout the selected forums, members with adequate permissions can nominate their favorite topic by clicking on the award nomination button below the post.



The topics with the most nominations during the course of the week are displayed on this thread using the poll feature. At the end of the week, the first three topics with the most nominations are the award winners of the contest.

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I found this post on "3D printing "obsolete" parts" interesting and have nominated it accordingly for "Thread Of The Week 48, November, 2016"
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Post Re: 3D printing "obsolete" parts

I found this post on "Re: 3D printing "obsolete" parts" interesting and have nominated it accordingly for "Thread Of The Week 48, November, 2016"
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Post 3D printing "obsolete" parts

I found this post on "3D printing "obsolete" parts" interesting and have nominated it accordingly for "Thread Of The Week 48, November, 2016"

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Post Re: Scenic II - Rear disc hub nut torque setting

I found this post on "Re: Scenic II - Rear disc hub nut torque setting" interesting and have nominated it accordingly for "Thread Of The Week 48, November, 2016"

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